FS: Sigma 28-300mm for nikon

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    Its in excellent condition.

    Filter Size: 62mm
    f/Stop Range: 3.5-22
    Minimum Focus Distance: 19.7" (50 cm)
    Magnification: 1:3
    Zoom/Focus Control: Two-touch
    Angle of View: 75.4 to 8.2 Degrees
    Groups/Elements: 13/15
    Length: 3.4" (86mm)
    Maximum Diameter: 2.9" (74mm)
    Weight: 1.1 lb (490 g)

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    $200 Shipped.
     
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    What are the minimum apertures?
     
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    Min aperature is 3.5 as stated above.
     
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    Yeah, but it's not 3.5 all the way to 300. Is it 3.5-5.6 or 3.5-6.3 or what?

    I assume this is for Nikon screwdriver AF and not SWM/HSM?
     
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    3.5-6.3 sorry i misunderstood what you were asking.:wink:

    correct for af
     
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    Can I use it on full-frame/film cameras? How do you find AF to work at f/6.3?
     
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    It can be used with any SLR camera made by Nikon.
     
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    ^ Yes, but G-type lenses without an aperture ring are basically useless on some older Nikon bodies.
     
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    Ah well all I ever used it with was a d80. I'm not sure if it will fit older film bodies.
     
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    bump any offers?
     
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